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crazy things. thanks for joining us everybody. greg: "america live." gretchen: we start with fox news alert on the latest stunning twist in the casey anthony murder trial. just hours after judge belvin perry unexpectantly called an indefinite recess we are now getting word at this moment that court is going to resume just a few minutes away. welcome, everyone, to "america live." i'm gretchen carlson in for amyg began kelly. let's take a listen to the visibly frustrated judge, telling case's defense, get our act together. >> reporter: there are real problems and there are imaginary problems. and i hope this is a real problem and not an imaginary problem. because i will give you all the time that you need, but if i find out that this is an imaginary problem, because these folks are ready to return to their homes. gretchen: and now we are inching closer to possible jury deliberations and a final verdict in this sensational case. our own phil keating outside the courthouse for us in orlando. how long might this indefinite recess really be? it could be coming to a close. >> reporter: indef
. welcome, everyone, to "america live." i'm gretchen carlson in for megyn kelly today. a new sign the economy still in big trouble. look at this. a slowdown in hire anything june pushing the unemployment rate now to 9.2%. only 18,000 net new jobs were added to the work force last month. at least 250,000 jobs are needed per month to drive the unemployment rate down significantly. and get this, since president obama took office we've seen the economy lose two and a half million jobs. president obama assuring americans there is a reason the numbers are so disappointing. listen to this. >> the sooner that the markets know that the debt limit ceiling will have been raised and that we have a serious plan to deal with our debt and deficit, the sooner that we give our businesses the certainty that they will need in order to make additional investments to grow and hire, and we'll provide more confidence to the rest of the world as well so that they are committed to investing in america. >> molly henneberg live for us at the white house with more on the president's reaction. molly? >> hi, g
>> it good morning everyone, it's sunday july 31st, i'm gretchen carlson. thank you for spending part of your sunday morning would yous. word of a deal between john boehner and the president? and harry reid gets left in the dark. soon, reid won't be the only one a little upset. >> the soldier accused of plotting another massacre at fort hood was ready to roll. and uncovering the items in the arsenal, you've got to see it to believe it. >> he took her job and she holds a grudge, and john boehner is evil. >> when he did have the vote, he chose to go to the dark side. let's bring -- he chose to go to the dark side. >> all right, we've got it. >> did she just call him darth boehner? "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ >> welcome, everyone. by the way john boehner has been called worse. with a name like boehner he's been called worse. could we have a deal? welcome everyone, we're here on sunday because it could be a big day for our whole entire country. >> and the news is whether we've got a deal or not. shortly after ten o'clock last night. harry reid said you know, i was going to
, but some on the left are saying not so fast, gretchen. >> they are? well, senator bernie sanders floating the idea of a primary challenge to the president? >> of americans were deeply disappointed in the president. i think one of the reasons the president has been able to move so far to the right is that there is no primary opposition to him. and i think it would do this country a good deal of service if people started thinking about candidates out there to begin contrasting what is a progressive agenda as opposed to what obama is -- is doing. >> so is that a real possibility? will someone step up to take on the president? dick morris is back to respond. it's interesting because after bernie sanders said that, then we had the president's press conference the other night where he came out and he was still sounding pretty progressive asking for all the tax hikes in this debt plan. >> well, i think that sanders' press statement was designed to try to move the president to the left. in this whole debt discussion. and it was kind of a pressure tactic. but, you know, at some point, there's s
friday with us. i'm gretchen carlson. passengers saw it but apparently the pilot didn't. two jets crashing into each other. another accident at a major american airport. we'll tell you all about it. >> all right. as the debt deal falls apart, another credit agency is putting washington on notice but the news gets worse. our last ditch option, a deal that nobody really likes. >> and who thought it would come to this? no underwear for inmates. why? oh, we'll explain. that's what we do on the friday addition of "fox & friends" which starts right now. >> ♪ whatever it takes to turn this around i know what to say i know that i've let you down ♪ ♪ and give me a chance >> that's our astroturf crowd. >> it's friday. that means the all american concert series is here. lifehouse will be performing right on that open stage right there for you live and famous dave's cooking up barbecue. there it is. is that beef right there or pork? that looks like -- that's beef there. >> we got shrimp and some kabobs. >> of course, the moo doesn't help to sell the shrimp but good for the kabobs.
, as you mentioned, gretchen, who has ties to drug traffickers, an allegation he denied and he was on the pay roll of some of our intelligence operatives, which we have denied. it's not like he is mas. d, who was considereddy most all people to be a positive leader for afghanistan. >> he was part of the problem. in the meantime let's talk a little bit about this. well, those debt talks. you know they will meet every day, the president told us, until they figure out how to do something about that number that just keeps ticking bigger and bigger and bigger. today they meet at 3:45. once again they are in one of the conference rooms at the white house. it's interesting, before the meetling yesterday they had dualing press conferences. the president came out and said republicans, you have to do a big deal and by the way, if you are thinking about an interim plan, forget it, i'm not going to do it. >> i found it interesting because he basically said both sides had to get used to some sacrifice. brian, you and i had the debate yesterday on radio whether or not he would have that part
, everyone. hope you're going to have a great wednesday. july 13th, everyone. i'm gretchen carlson. the president sounding the alarm for seniors. your check might not be in the mail. >> there are about 70 million checks that go out. i cannot guarantee those checks go out on august 3rd if we haven't resolved this issue. >> is that the truth or is the president trying to fast track a deal on the debt? it's all about strategizing so we're going to report and you can decide. >> all right. lauer vs. laura. i'm talking about ingram against matt. yes, they go to 30 rock for the big throwdown. let's take a look. >> where is the shared sacrifice going to come from on the republican side? >> that was a scam and that was a lie. the fact that the media allowed him to get away with that for five seconds was absurd. >> laura is here live with how they took the news and how that confrontation went. >> don't call her casey anymore. the mother acquitted of murder charges, casey anthony going to new lengths to hide her true identity. find out about her new plan for her personal protection. and so
thursday. it's july 7th. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks so much for sharing your time. her daughter is dead and casey anthony may walk free today. but jurors standing by their decision. >> i'm honestly just fine because i had -- in this country, that's our constitution. i applied the law. i did the best i could. >> plus will casey now cash in on millions once she's set free? >> and republicans and democrats prepare for an oval office showdown. which party will be the first to budge, blink first and will your tax rates go up? we'll ask one of the key players live this hour. steve? >> and they're back! and guess what, they're still taking our money. despite the undercover controversy that landed acorn in hot water, they're still receiving a lot of taxpayer dollars from the federal government. how is that possible? we'll tell you, hour two of "fox & friends" for a thursday starts right now. >> welcome, everyone, to thursday. brian is enjoying a couple of days off and eric bolling from the fox business network and soon to be the new 5:00 show. >> wow. >> that's going to be great. >> now d
have to focus on gretchen's 401k. >> revealing all, gretchen? >> no. next on the rundown, who knew john mccain was a fan of "lord of the rings"? >> tea party hobbitts could return to mother earth. >> why he's turning on republicans, the tea party ones at least in the debt debate. >> and these two soldiers served together but did not come home together. now they are side by side at arlington national cemetery but their friendship lives on through an amazing story that both of their families are here to share and that's coming up. >> happy birthday, elizabeth berkeley! that actress turns 39 today. and i'll list her movies in the break. ♪ [ female announcer ] erybody loves that cushiony feeling. uh oh. i gotta go. [ female announcer ] and with charmin ultra soft, you can get that same cushiony feeling you love while still using less. charmin ultra ft has extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. so you can use four times less versus the leading value brand. ah. [ femalennouncer ] using less never felt so good. we all go... why not enjoy the go with charmin ultra soft. uh oh,
'll drag gretchen up as part of that three hours. catherine herridge has a brand new book out. mark and bill seems to be talking to each other again and senator jim demint will be there in person. >> it's a beautiful plant with umbrella like flowers. but be careful, it could make you blind? and this dangerous weed is popping up all over the place. we'll tell you about it. >> then kevin james thought he was talking about his movie. but brian gave him one heck of a surprise. he never saw coming. i'm scared to find out what it was. inside all of us is a compass and it always points true north. toward mountains of sand. townew sights and sensations. toward the true bounty of nure so let's set our compass for traverse city and find ourselves. in the magic, and the moments of pure michigan. your trip begins at what's vanishing deducti all about ? guys, it's demonstration time. let's blow carl's mind. okay, let's say i'm your insurance deductible. every year you don't have an accident, $100 vanishes. the next year, another $100. where am i going, carl ? thnext year... th was
're going to go with me. >> gretchen, the answer to those guys behind her, yeah. she is the only female service member of the martial arts center for excellence at quantico. those are black belts and so is she. so if justin timberlake is smart, he will say absolutely i'm going to be there. >> should mila go with sergeant moore? maybe we can get her by the end of the show to actually commit to going. we'll see if she can come back on that. >> she says it's a work thing. >> yep. well, anyway, they're both very cute proposals. we told you moody's put the u.s. on notice. it wants to downgrade the dollar. what does that really mean for you and your money? luckily we have stuart varney here to explain to us next. >> yep. and then apparently, they didn't learn their lesson, more auto workers busted drinking on the way to work. can the union really save their jobs? bottoms up, boys! >> is that coffee or something else? [ female announcer ] ever wish vegetables didn't taste so vegetably? well, v8 v-fusion juice gives you a full serving of vegetables, plus a full serving of fruit. but it just t
witnesses to court reporting services and kinkos. gretch gretchen? >> thanks. the unemployment rate among african-americans is staggering, 16.2%. that's seven points higher than the national average. now a new poll finds that just 54% of african-americans approve of president obama's handling of the economy. that's down from 77% just last october. so is the president in danger of losing a significant amount of his african-american support heading into the 2012 election? back with our political panel and i want to start with douglas holtz-econ to get your thoughts on whether this was a big deal or not. >> i don't think he's in danger of losing that very significant base of support. but he's in danger. basic problem is unemployment not just among african-americans. it's quite high among hispanics and well above the national average. that's an important swing set of voters. this is going to be an election which is a referendum on his mishandling of the economy. what he's seeing in that group will be spread quite broadly. >> are you stunned by that drop from 77% to 54%? because so many africa
of the question. >> not even close. >> what you really need, gretchen and what you're not going to get is an economic boom with a growth rate of 4%, 5%, even 6% and upwards of 300,000 jobs every single month to get it down to 7%. it's not going to happen. >> timothy geitner yesterday was staggering in his deflection of responsibility. he says the economy continues to lag and sag. he says the weather in the midwest, the japanese tsunami, along with everything else that transpired afterwards and unprecedented. let's listen to timothy geitner talk. >> the economy has absolutely slowed in the first half of the year. there's no doubt on that. when the economy slows, job creation will slow. that's what's happening. it slowed because, as you know, gas prices went up a lot. we had a huge supply disruption in the mideast. you saw some really terrible weather across the country with construction spending. >> it's interesting, stuart, because the president used that exact same reasoning for the economy going downhill when he came out with his press conference on friday after those job numbers. on
" and our old buddy gretchen carlson back. >> i am back. from the back woods of upper minnesota. great to be back. >> you were hiking? >> i wouldn't go that far. i wasn't really camping either. >> the mall of america? >> i avoided -- no, i love the mall of america. it was very hot in minnesota just like you had here on the east coast. people don't think it can get that hot. 110 degrees there. great to be back, though. >> speaking of hot, things certainly got hot. the debt crisis talks broke down over the weekend. we saw the president of the united states come out, he had a press conference, he scolded the republicans. it's interesting. there's an item in "the washington post" that says that apparently yesterday they were this close. boehner had in the room reid and he also had mcconnell and they all came together and they said ok, the framework of the boehner deal, a two-step deal, we all agree to. however, they went up and they talked to the president of the united states and they said wait a minute, this won't get me through election. no, absolutely not. i need a long term thing,
's leader. back-up weekend gretchen thinks there may be one big difference between romney. >> i think he could get a lot of money from that. >> big time. >> romney obviously not being a christian. >> jon: what? someone get that woman to book a mormon. really, ? can't get in until february 2014? wow, that thing is doing well. well, i'm sure back-up weekend gretchen's producers will point out the fallacy of her reasoning during the next commercial break. >> during the 6:00 a.m. i mentioned that mitt romney was not a christian. he is a member of the jesus christ of latter-day saints church, and that church does consider its members christians. >> jon: oh, and one other thing, time for lutherans to [bleeped] or get off the pot. reformation is over. you're in or you're out. you're in or you're out. we'll be right back. vo: if you like facebook, come to best buy. where an expert will find the perfect phone for you. like the at&t htc status. it let's you post instantly to facebook with a push of a button. and it's just $49.99. with no mail in rebates. of course, just because you can share on a
and gretchen happen mill, a former spokesman an executive director of public notice and great to see you both, ladies, thanks for coming in. >> good to be here. gretchen, are the stakes higher not now only to come up with an agreement about the debt ceiling, but also to get jobs in order after seeing the numbers between march and june, unemployment rising so much? >> the stakes are higher, but we first have to realize where do jobs come from, they don't come from politicians, but politicians can help create an economic environment that fosters job creation and two things are driving the market right now and that is fear and hope. but there's not a lot of hope and there's an awful lot of fear because of government spending. government has been spending so much that now companies are holding on to more money than in decades because they don't know if their taxes are going up, they don't know how to manage the new regulations introduced over the course of the past two years and know what new regulations are to come and a lot of uncertainty and fear and anxiety out here. >> can i here this a lot
that, and gretchen morgenson and joshua rosner will answer the questions. >> hi. i want to play devil's advocate for both of you. there's federal agencies in the government that regulate fannie and freddie. let's suppose hypothetically you were invited to administer that agency, what would you do in your implementation? >> yeah, first of all the regular laters charged with regulating fannie and freddie in the years leading up to the crisis when the ground work was being laid were really neutralized. they understand well how to defang its regulator, how to co-op congress, make congress really the regulator, and therefore they could buy congress, and have everything under control so for years this regulatory infrastructure over fannie and freddie was a 98-pound weakling and was punished when they tried to talk about safety and soundness issues, it was, you know, drummed out of town. i mean, congress got up and said, you know, we don't have a safety and soundness issue here. we need housing, you know, and so it was -- it was not regulated well and aggressively because of the very proacti
, and if you're comfortable saying your name, please do that. and gretchen morgenson and josh rosner will answer the questions. [inaudible conversations] >> hi. i want to play devil's advocate to both of you. there are federal agencies in the federal government that regulate fannie and freddie. let's suppose, hypothetically, you were both invited to administer that agency. what would you do in your implementation? >> yeah, sure. um, first of all, the regulators that were charged with regulating fannie and freddie in the years leading up to the crisis when this was really, all this groundwork was being laid were really neutralized. fannie, especially its top executives, understood well how to defang its regulator, how to co-opt congress, make congress really its regulator so, therefore, they could buy congress, and then they'd have everything under control. so for years this regulatory infrastructure over fannie and freddie was a 98-pound weakling, okay? and was punished, you know, that whenever, you know, ofeo tried to talk about safety and soundness issues, it was, you know, drummed
depression because of health concerns, sleep disorder, rates of substance abuse. >> gretchen, what can be done to prevent these issues with middle-aged women? >> i don't know. i wish i was a doctor. but i don't know what can be done to prevent it. but i think there is something that shows what is going on with our society. those hospitals for depression has increased by 40% in 10 years. americans are more depressed than ever. for the first time in generations, americans do not believe their children will be better off than they are. i think this is just speaks to where this nation is right now. we have gone through a economic crisis. we have been at war and we are tired and we are weary and we are down. >> i'm not going to have a little more optimistic notion. i agree but i wonder if women will be less likely to fall into this middle-aged depression. if your life has been tied to your children and to your household and then there comes the empty nest along with menopause. the notion of worthiness comes into play. it seems to me now with the average woman working full-time, these women
of every religion, oh, except christianity. [laughter] >> jon: gretchen, if you ever feel alone at christmastime, head over to a chinese restaurant. they're jammed. [cheering and applause] i just... it's kind of a funny thing. see, what happens at christmas is there's not a whole lot that's open, so jews ultimately, just don't ask bernie goldberg. they'll tell you what i was talking about. i'm sorry. i had no idea. i had no idea... no, it's true. stay with me. i had no idea that life for conservatives was so difficult in this country. tell me a little bit if you would about the bad people holding your kind back. >> liberals do not believe in free speech. >> liberals don't care about blacks. they don't care about women. they don't care about gays. >> liberals are godless people. they don't believe in god. >> liberals love dictators. >> she has five kids. liberals don't have five kids. >> on the far left, those cooks, they're insane. the left is uniting with islamists. >> the secular socialist left. >> far left-wing reptiles. >> progressivism is a cancer. >> the radical liberal le
time this morning. i'm gretchen carlson. political showdown took place in primetime last night. president obama vs. speaker john boehner. >> we can't allow the american people to become collateral damage to washington's political warfare. >> he wants a blank check today. this is just not going to happen. >> so is it about the american people or one big re-election campaign? we report, you decide. >> meanwhile, the united states government arming a mexican drug cartel for war? and when people said hey, this doesn't smell right, a brand new report says that's when the cover-up began. yes, the cover-up, brian. >> yes, a grandmother confronted by a naked intruder. >> again? >> not in my house! >> be strong. there's always a way to protect yourself. use it! >> but this crook picked on the wrong lady. "fox & friends" the right show for you because we start right now. >> come on in, folks and welcome to our tuesday telecast. we have lots to talk about because the president of the united states and the speaker of the house last night decided it was time to go in front of the ameri
the 2008 financial meltdown. reckless indangererment, the new book by "new york times" reporter gretchen morganson. she will join us in just a moment. she chronicles how clinton's homeowner's hit initiative encouraged fannie mae and freddie mac to make risky loans to people who could not pay them. they needed help from law make hers who allowed them to toss out mortgage requirements, like a good credit history. former fannie mae chairman called on their friends and congress -- friends in congress, frank, dodd, waters and meeks served as their champions in congress. when others raised eyebrows they responded forcefully. >> let me let you in on a surprise, some people don't want new business. they don't like the success that you have accomplished by putting people with decent roofs over their heads. some people don't like that. >> i don't see anything in your report. >> mr. chairman, we do not have a crisis at freddie mac in particular at fannie mae under the outstanding leadership of mr. raines. >> this is about the political lynching of franklin raines. >> sean: democratic economists ser
of public notice, the group behind the bankrupting america ads, gretchen, we were talking about the new rnc ad and tell me about these ads running in washington, just in washington, dc right now, right? >> yes, just in washington, dc, four metro buses, and always 15 bus shelters, but in washington the real debate is about spending. and in order to get this debt ceiling crisis and to get the debt crisis completely solved we have to cut spending. that is where the problem is, in the revenue but the spending. >> so your obvious targets for the ad would be of senator hear getting on the bus and standing at the bus stop, that is your target, is it not? >> i don't know if they ride the bus but we sure do want to remind everyone outside the capitol whether they are visiting the capitol, talking to the lawmakers or the lawmakers themselves we want to repiped the public what the debate is about. all how do you measure effectiveness of ads like this whether you take it from the buses to online, how do you measure the effectiveness of the ads? >> people are tweaking about it and on facebook, and membe
at the work that gretchen bender did, i think there was something very inspired. she was feeling something. i don't know if it all works, but it works well enough that i stand by it. it was a piece the time needed. and for those who have not seen it, they incorporated video of--of people-- survival workshops with-- that were people living with or having lived with a life-threatening illness. and in those workshops, i asked them to draw their lives on a piece of paper. it was an abstract squiggle. and then walk it. i asked them to make gestures that said how they felt about their lives. we gathered these gestures: almost, oh, a hundred and some of them. and then we learned them-- the dancers in the company. and dancers, professional dancers, learned these gestures, transformed them by putting movements in the lower boy with them so it became dance. and then we made this thing-- music by ken frazelle-- where he just took testimonies alone on a park bench. i just sat there; i couldn't listen. you know, sort of trying to get at those moments when people were having a revelation. and then to make
en and four sons, all of who -- gretchen, all of whom paid for him. >>> today betty ford was praised for her courage and much more. the words of praise highlighting a memorial service for the late first lady. that service drew a collection of american dignitaries. first lady michelle obama. hillary clinton. george w. bush and nancy reagan. mrs. carter spoke of betty ford's courage in bringing formerly taboo subjects from shadow into light by exposing her own battles with breast cancer and alcohol addiction. >> someone who had the courage and grace to fight fear, stigma and prejudice wherever she encountered it. and today it's almost impossible to imagine a time when people were afraid to reveal they had cancer or to speak publicly about personal struggles with alcohol addiction. she was the tallest advocate for those struggling. >> tomorrow betty ford's body will be flown to grand rapids, michigan. on thursday she will be buried alongside her husband gerald ford at his presidential museum. >>> it's the day that dc hair yeah has been wait for. ? well, at least for now the district won
with the best technology rules. marget and gretchen kicked it off with a ad that created white hot controversy. >> last week i drove my convertible naked. i walked my dog naked. >> i skied and naked. naked. naked. my mother would be so ashamed. one of 22 people would die from sun crancer. you might as well be naked. go to my i am done with being naked. >> and now the golden warriors. this is from the peta play book. >> you are right. >> and every time peta wants attention there is a missing duck or whatever they are doing. somebody or a modele goes out and has notice clothes on. i think we are used to this kind of tough. >> i say it is effective . my father died from melanoma . i am not saying it was a problem but the discussion comes when you are in the lifing room and you are watching whatever and this pops up and then the parents go unoh. it makes them easy. >> it is a great example. they are not really naked. they want you to wear sun blockk. they are seeing more than that. >> what programs >> all they have to do is turn on the television and see sex and violence. this to me inn
in for gretchen carlson. first she beat the rap and then she beat the press. she ditches reporters for a clean getaway. where is she now? who is keeping her safe? her attorney tells us what she knows. >> meanwhile, it wasn't the music. rather the storms that brought down this house. oh, my goodness. the stage comes crashing down on the crowd at an outdoor concert. we'll tell you who was singing and what happened next. my goodness. look at that. >> all right. don't mess with this guy. meet the congressman who is confronted with an intruder and did it with his own two hands. at least his
. welcome into "fox & friends." brian, steve and gretchen are getting a kickoff to their early fourth of july weekend and molly line is in this morning with a look at the headlines. >> indeed. the former head of the international monetary fund could be free on bail as early as this morning. law enforcement sources say the hotel maid accusing dominique strauss-khan of assault has repeatedly lied to prosecutors and is not a credible witness. investigators say she's a con artist with ties to drug dealers and money lawnunderers who deposited money in her bank account. he'll request to be released from house arrest or be given more time outside. the nigerian man accused of boarding a flight at j.f.k. airport with an expired boarding pass is due in a los angeles courtroom today. he allegedly used the pass to board a virgin american flight to lax. he was then arrested trying to board a delta flight on wednesday with another bogus boarding pass. they are demanding an investigation into the breach. the tsa says it's reviewing the incident. and a powerful storm system pummelling the midwest ove
>> have a wonderful 4th of july. >>trace: great week, by the way, superb. gretchen: thank you for watching, everyone, "studio b" starts right now with jon scott. >> today the news begins anew, on "studio b" with the casey anthony murder trial back on after grinding to a halt this morning. the judge called for an indefinite recess so the defense could question some of the state rebuttal witnesses. we will bring you testimony throughout the hour. here to break it down is phil keating and legal analyst arthur aidala and criminal defense attorney randy zelin. plus we will hear from geraldo and jury consultant. but, first, a fox urgent. word of a bam -- baboon on the loose in new jersey, in central new jersey, halfway between new york and philadelphia. police say several people have called in since yesterday saying they saw the animal around their neighborhoods. a driver reported seeing the animal near interstate 95 and another woman called in to say a baboon was sitting other her back porch. authorities say the monkey may have escaped from a 6 flags park but the hand dealers say t
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